Wednesday 1st February 2024. Premier Marinas forges a new partnership with the Sea Angling Classic, the prestigious ‘catch, photograph and release’ fishing event which aims to attract anglers from across the country, offering a competitive platform and welcoming environment for all skill levels.

Premier Marinas will provide a new home for the highly anticipated Sea Angling Classic 2024 at Port Solent Marina from 20-23rd June 2024 - when anglers will be competing for a share of the biggest prize table in UK recreational angling - including a first prize of an Extreme 645 Game King boat with Lowrance fishing system and SBS trailer, worth over £100,000.

Premier’s Marketing Manager Clair Logan is thrilled to embark on this new partnership: “Sea Angling is a popular pastime for a large number of recreational boaters, and we look forward to welcoming participants, spectators and marine enthusiasts to enjoy the first-class facilities at our marinas.

The organisers of the Sea Angling Classic promote angling responsibly - events also importantly incorporate environmental shoreline clean-ups, marine research, educational workshops, and conservation initiatives.

Ross Honey, Founder of the Sea Angling Classic said: "We are delighted to partner with Premier Marinas for the Sea Angling Classic 2024," said. "The facilities and expertise that Premier Marinas offers ensure that participants and spectators alike will have an unforgettable experience at this year's tournament."

Premier will also provide locations for recreational ‘Let’s Meet & Fish’ gatherings at several of Premier’s eleven South Coast marinas – events confirmed so far include:

? Sat 27th April – ‘Let’s Meet & Fish’ at Port Solent Marina

? Sat 11th May – ‘Let’s Meet & Fish’ at Southsea Marina

? Sat 1st June – ‘Let’s Meet & Fish’ at Gosport Marina Participants for all events are invited to register at:


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